About the INTERCOURSE

About the MALE SEX ORGANS

About the FEMALE  SEX ORGANS

About the  IMPOTENCE

About the  FRIGIDITY

All about MASTURBATION

All about BIRTH CONTROL

All about ABORTION

All about VENEREAL DISEASE

GUIDE TO SEX PROBLEMS

CHAPTER THREEE

ABOUT THE  FEMALE SEX ORGANS

 

What is Clitoris?

What is Clitoris?

Many experts consider the- clitoris to be a penis that just didn’t grow.  They describe the entire female genitalia as male sex that never matured.  Understandably, all the scholars who feel this way are men.  Women experts look at it another way.  According to them, the penis is nothing more than an overgrown clitoris.  They consider the male organ a primitive version of the more “refined” female sexual apparatus.

At an early stage in development, the human embryo  has both male and female sexual organs. They exist in the  form of  anlage,  a German word for primitive  tissue that later differentiates into a specialized  organ.

The embryo has a bisexual phallus; in those destined to be male it differentiates into a penis.  Future girls will end up with a clitoris. According to the chromosomal decision made at the microsecond of conception, the tiny begin may evolve one  day into either a topless dancer  or a well-muscles lifeguard.

Fortunately for those  concerned, long before birth, the  sexual structures  of the  suppressed sex problems atrophy and all but disappear.  At the time of delivery the normal  infant as  clear-cut and distinctive  sexual  features. The obstetrician has no  trouble  telling the excited parents  whether  it’s  boy or girl.

 

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